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For many, Disney flicks remind us of our childhood and bring up sweet, nostalgic memories and still today they manage to transport us into another world that is full of magic and wonder.
When it comes to choosing a name for your daughter, why not be inspired by one of your favourite Disney character or movies? From classics like Sleeping Beauty to modern day hits like, Frozen, we’ve rounded up the top 20 names for girls.
We’re sure there’s a name on this list that will hold a special place in your heart.
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Voiced by Kristen Bell, Anna (pronounced Ah-na) is Elsa’s sister in Frozen.
Origin and meaning: Of Hebrew orgin, meaning ‘grace’; Anna is also the Latin form of Hannah meaning ‘grace’.
A mermaid who wants to be part of the human world in The Little Mermaid.
Origin and meaning: A Hebrew name meaning ‘lion of god’.
Aurora was cursed by Maleficent in Sleeping Beauty.
Origin and meaning: Aurora is of Latin origin and means ‘dawn’.
Belle is the young princess from Beauty and the Beast.
Origin and meaning: A French name meaning ‘beautiful’.
The film Coco was inspired by the Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead.
Origin and meaning: A Spanish name, Coco is an abbreviation of Socorro, meaning ‘help’.
The blue fish with short-term memory loss in Finding Nemo.
Origin and meaning: Of Greek origin, meaning ‘gift of god’.
Queen Elinor is the mother of Merida and triplet sons in Brave.
Origin and meaning: Greek origin, meaning ‘sun ray’, ‘shining light’.
Elsa has powers to manipulate ice and snow in Frozen.
Origin and meaning: German origin, meaning ‘oath of god’.
Esmerelda is the young street dancer in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Origin and meaning: Derived from the Spanish word ‘emerald’.
Amy Adams play Giselle in Enchanted.
Origin and meaning: Of French origin, meaning ‘bright pledge’.
The spirited Princess of Agrabah in Aladdin.
Origin and meaning: A Muslim Arabic name, meaning ‘a flower’.
The yodeling cow girl in the Toy Story movies.
Origin and meaning: A Hebrew name, abbreviated from Jessica, meaning ‘god sees’.
The impulsive daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor in Brave.
Origin and meaning: Of Spanish origin, Merida is a place name from Spain and Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula.
She wears a bow, white gloves and a polka dot dress, it’s Minnie Mouse.
Origin and meaning: Of English origin, meaning ‘of the sea or bitter’.
The adventurous star of Moana.
Origin and meaning: Means ‘ocean’ or ‘sea’ and is of Hawaiian origin.
She disguises herself as a male warrior in Mulan.
Origin and meaning: A Chinese name meaning ‘wood orchid’.
The lioness heroine in The Lion King.
Origin and meaning: Of African origin, meaning ‘successful’.
Tiana is the star in The Princess and the Frog.
Origin and meaning: Russian and Latin origin, meaning ‘princess’.
Also known as the Sea Witch in The Little Mermaid.
Origin and meaning: Of Latin origin, meaning ‘little female bear’.
Grandmother Willow is a talking willow tree from the film Pocahontas.
Origin and meaning: Of English origin and derived from the Willow Tree, the name translates to ‘slender’ or ‘graceful’.